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The Dead Undead Review

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Vampires vs Zombie Vampires Only if you like reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally bad movies The Dead Undead review (2010, USA) by Casey Rostorfer Note from Co-founders: Casey originally reviewed this film for the defunct ZT online magazine that we used to write for. I thought this was one of the best film reviews Casey ever wrote, so I had to re-publish it. Enjoy! I’ve declared myself a lover of bad cinema before, and it’s a badge I wear out loud and proud. I’ve seen them all, from Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, to Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowlerama, I even sat through ...

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Dead Within review

Dead Within review | Zombie Education Alliance

Cabin Fever in a Post-apocalyptic World Zombies not Required Dead Within review (2014, USA) by TS Alan Originally written and published on TS Alan’s blog on November 2014 Plot Summary: Mike (Dean Chekvala) and Kim (Amy Cale Peterson) are a married couple that have taken sanctuary in a remote, solitary cabin for six months after a devastating viral outbreak. Time and isolation has taken its toll on their supplies, and on their marriage. Not only have they had to kill off the infected friends that had taken refuge with them, but also had to bury their infant child, who had ...

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Cowboys vs Zombies: The Devil’s Crossing review

Cowboys vs Zombies: The Devil's Crossing review | Zombie Education Alliance

A Soul Taker and a Zombie Walk into an Air Conditioned Saloon No, it’s not a joke, it’s Cowboys vs Zombies: The Devil’s Crossing Cowboys vs Zombies: The Devil’s Crossing review (2014, USA) by TS Alan Originally written and published on TS Alan’s blog May 2014 Director/writer James Ryan Gary feature debut, Cowboys vs. Zombies: The Devil’s Crossing was made on $5,000. With this kind of budget one would expect some flaws, but the true flaw is with the screenwriting. The film was originally named The Devil’s Crossing and was made in 2011, not getting an US release until December ...

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Frankenstein’s Army review

Frankenstein's Army review | Zombie Education Alliance

The Frankenstein Mythos gets a Third Reich twist in this Mad Nazi Scientist runs amok flick Frankenstein’s Army is as weird and creepy as it is clever and original Frankenstein’s Army review (2013, Netherlands/USA/Czech Republic) by TS Alan Originally written and published on TS Alan’s blog September 2013 All I ask in a horror-thriller is it to be inventive and unique. Although Frankenstein’s Army is far from perfect, first time director Richard Raaphorst and writers Chris W. Mitchell and Miguel Tejada-Flores have created something original to a genre filled with rehashed ideas and remakes. In Frankenstein’s Army, we’re in theory ...

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Gangsters, Guns and Zombies review

Gangsters, Guns and Zombies review | Zombie Education Aliance

Gangsters, Guns and Zombies has Everything from it’s Title But fails to deliver on its title with a film worth watching (2012, UK) Gangsters, Guns and Zombies review by TS Alan Originally written and published on TS Alan’s blog on November 21, 2012 A bank robbery gone bad has six criminals fleeing with their loot to a safe house amidst a zombie uprising, but when they finally make it they discover the cops waiting. Switch to the backup plan, a secondary safe house near the coast. Running out of petro and deep within the countryside, the gang try to steal ...

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Detention of the Dead review

Detention of the Dead Review | Zombie Education Alliance

High school angst and Zombies Detention of the Dead review by TS Alan Originally written and published on TS Alan’s blog on September 19, 2013 (2013, USA) A group of high school students, all different stereotypes, meet in detention, where they ban together and try to overcome their differences in order to survive a zombie uprising. On the upside the parody element of stereotypical high school kids, which could have been embarrassing, was handled nicely by allowing the actors to add personality to their respective roles. It also helps that Detention has a solid cast of young actors that can ...

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Exit Humanity review

Exit Humanity Review | Zombie Education Alliance

A Moody & Atmospheric Post Civil War Zombie Tale Exit Humanity review by TS Alan Originally written and published on TS Alan’s blog November 3, 2012 (2012, Canada) Six years after Edward Young’s (Mark Gibson) first encounter with an undead enemy soldier on a Tennessee battlefield during the American Civil War, he is forced to shoot his wife who has become one of the soulless monsters that now ravages the countryside. To add more heartache to his act, his son Adam has gone missing. Determined to find his child, Edward journeys further from his home in search, all along keeping ...

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Osombie review

Osombie review | Zombie Education Alliance

Osombie, an indie film about zombie Osama Bin Laden And an indie review about a barely watchable film Osombie review (2012, USA) by TS Alan Originally written and published on TS Alan’s blog on November 18, 2012 While the concept of Osama bin Laden rising from the dead and coming back as a zombie may seem like bad taste to most, the idea for this low-budget action-horror seemed a great idea; especially since the zombie films of late are remakes or ones without any originality. Bad taste or not, it is an original idea with the potential of being a ...

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Zombie Hunter review

Zombie Hunter review | Zombie Education Alliance

A campy, action-packed, blood-splattered filled film from debut writer/director Kevin King And it’s got Danny Tejo! Zombie Hunter review (USA, 2013) by TS Alan Originally written and published on TS Alan’s blog on October 3, 2013. You can tell that director/writer Kevin King has a love of films. His directorial debut, Zombie Hunter, is filled with homages to some great post-apocalyptic and horror films of the past. Not all of them work, but for the most part the film still delivers. Set six months after a zombie apocalypse that was caused by the long-term affects of a highly potent and ...

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Cockneys vs Zombies review

Cockneys vs Zombies review | Zombie Education Alliance

Witty dialog and Humor abound in this Brit Zombie Comedy But suffers from trying to be too amusing Cockneys vs Zombies review (2012, UK) by TS Alan Originally written and published on TS Alan’s blog on November 12, 2012 The East End of London has been overrun by the undead, all thanks to two dimwitted construction workers who unearth and break into a burial vault that was sealed by the order of King Charles II, believing that they may have found a trove of buried gold. What they find are rotting corpses of the living dead and a quick end. ...

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